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Babs    386

Could also apply a glaze to your liking and wash it off unwanted areas. Can catch and reuse washed off glaze by evaporation if you like.

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Isculpt    96

Could also apply a glaze to your liking and wash it off unwanted areas. Can catch and reuse washed off glaze by evaporation if you like.

Babs, thanks for mentioning that fact.  I've been experimenting with glazes on limited parts of my sculptures, and  I've been wondering about that possibility. You're a mind reader!

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Benzine    610

I've done something similar with glaze.  I had a commission, and along with neutral tones, they din't want the glaze to be overly glossy.  All the glazes I have are, at least somewhat glossy, so I simply applied them normally, then took a damp sponge and wiped some off like you would with a oxide stain.  I found the effect to be quite nice.

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Isculpt    96

Clearly, it's time to bisque a bunch more test tiles and see what effects I get with glazes sponged off, washed off,  and wiped off.  Time to make a WHOLE BUNCH of test tiles!

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